Radney Foster’s Nobody Wins — Flashback Friday [VIDEO]
It's time to go back a few years once again to check out another great song and video from the past with this week's edition of Flashback Friday.
I noticed that today was Radney Foster's 53rd Birthday, so in honor of that I decided to feature his biggest hit 1993's "Nobody Wins"
After breaking away from the duo Foster and Lloyd, Radney became a solo artist and released" Del Rio, TX 1959". "Nobody Wins" was the follow up to the Top 10 hit "Just Call Me Lonesome" and was his biggest hit peaking at #2 on the Billboard charts.
Radney wouldn't have another successful song after "Nobody Wins" but would continue to have success as a songwriter penning Colin Raye's "Anyone Else", Sara Evans' "A Real Fine Place To Start" and Keith Urban's "Raining On Sunday" and "I'm In" just to name a few. Radney was also a big influence on Darius Rucker who titled his second album "Charleston SC, 1966" as an homage to Radney's debut CD.
Most recently Radney released the great song "Angel Flight" which pay homage to military veterans.